Myth #1 Kombucha needs to be refrigerated
The Remedy Drinks experts say that only kombucha that still contains sugar needs to be stored in the fridge.
Myth #2 You need sugar to ferment to make kombucha
While this is true and you do need sugar to ferment, Remedy ferment out all the sugar from their products, making them naturally sugar-free. So, sugar-free kombucha is possible.
Recent reports have found that mass producers of kombucha aren’t actually selling the real deal to customers. The folks at Remedy have some tips on how to tell if you’re kombucha is the real deal.
- Pour some kombucha in a glass and let it sit for a few days. If it’s real, a Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast should form (a SCOBY).
- The beneficial bacteria and live cultures in kombucha can only be present in the drink if it is raw and unpasteurised.
- Check the label to see how the product is made, rea kombucha is brewed over time.
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